I-Clic update

The Time I-Clic pedals may be very east to clip into, but they are also very easy to clip out of by accident. I keep rolling my feet out of the pedals whilst riding along which is more than a tad annoying. By waving a screwdriver at them I think I’ve increased the release tension to maximum, a proper ride tomorrow will determine if they are destined to stay, or headed for the bin.

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6 Responses to I-Clic update

  1. Simon says:

    Glad I didn’t take a punt on them.

  2. rich says:

    As much as it pains me to admit it, I’m tempted just to stick SPDs on the Lemond. Everything else already has them fitted so it sorts of makes sense. It’s only the brand new pedals and hardly-used shoes that I’ve got that are stopping me.

    That and the shame of running mountain SPDs on a Campagnolo equipped road bike.

  3. Simon says:

    That’s an outrageous suggestion :)

    Can see why it’s tempting though. Shimano SPDs just work.

  4. Tom says:

    You can use those touring one sided SPD ones. Look better on a road bike and a bit tighter feeling.
    People will point and laugh though.

  5. matt says:

    old school Dura Ace pedals, look like road, have mtb cleats.

    I quite like mine.

  6. rich says:

    A rarity these days though.